We are still months away from the debut of the Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul, but those anxious to learn more about unscrupulous attorney Saul Goodman can soon do so in the way that all the best stories are told—through the magic of song. As AMC wraps up its Breaking Bad marathon this Sunday night, the crumbling of Walter White’s world will be briefly ameliorated at 7:15 p.m. ET by a “Better Call Saul” music video, co-written by producers Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould with Breaking Bad composer Dave Porter. That song—presumably some sort of folksy introduction of who Saul is and why you’d better call him—will be sung by country veteran Junior Brown, who, as Entertainment Weekly reminds, provided similar narration duties for good ol’ boys in trouble with the law on the Dukes Of Hazzard movie. EW calls this fact“unrelated,” despite the heroic amounts of meth that must have been consumed in the making of that film.
Anyway, it’s unclear why AMC would go to so much trouble, when this guy already made a Better Call Saul song that tells you everything you need to know: